Black Magic Woman

Black Magic Woman a poem by RestLeSsD

You told me that you loved me
We were destined to be as one
You promised me forever
Our new life had just begun

You wrapped your arms around me
You clung onto my being
You held on so very tightly
So that I wasn’t really seeing

Then before I realized
You took my heart & soul
Instead of holding them softly
You left a gaping hole.

Your truths became a horror,
Just lies to justify
A love that was unholy
A love that was meant to die.

You used me for your own devices
Your plans had other goals
I was just another victory
In your constant quest for souls.

You tricked me into believing
And now my soul is consumed
By this Black Magic Woman.
My heart can never be exhumed.

a rhonda original© 2010


Black Magic Woman
by restlessd

Black Magic Woman

Rhonda Strickland

Sun City, United States

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